Hi, we are new to keeping chickens and in July picked up one Red Star Rooster, three Easter Eggers, two Black Stars and a Welsummer. All a week old. Than in August we added 5 Plymouth Bar Rocks, two Welsummers, one Silkie, and a Cream Legbar Rooster (on accident we thought he was a she) also a week old. We kept the two flocks separated but in the same hen house and then slowly interrgrated them together. They sleep together, forage during the day separately since the larger chickens are so much larger, faster and I am not as afraid of them getting taken at this size by our neighborhood Redtail hawk. But there has been some squabbles, the two youngest Welsummers and the Silkie gets the most of the Hen pecking and our up and coming rooster, Handsome Jack seems to be very territorial. He has started a few fights with the bigger chickens. Fights that so far everyone has been able to walk away from but I am worried about the bigger he gets the fiercer the fighting can become. We are already in the works of building a second larger coop however I am not sure how to devide the flock or if that is even a good idea. I had the thought that Handsome Jack might become even more territorial with his own hen house? He really is going to be a beautiful Rooster and I don't want to eat him, I just need some advice on the best way to keep these birds happy so they all get along.